Mauricio Pochettino says Christian Eriksen's Tottenham future is 'dynamic'

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Mauricio Pochettino says Christian Eriksen's Tottenham future is 'dynamic'

Post by chanoudom » Wed Dec 26, 2018 12:36 am

Mauricio Pochettino says Christian Eriksen's Tottenham future is 'dynamic'

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Mauricio Pochettino says Tottenham would maxbet like to keep Christian Eriksen for the long term but admits that the player's situation is "dynamic". The Danish playmaker produced a typically outstanding display - including a great goal from 20 yards - as Tottenham thrashed Everton 6-2 on Sunday.Eriksen's contract expires at the end of next season and he continues to be linked with possible moves to some of the biggest clubs in Europe.Asked if he thought a new deal could be agreed with Eriksen, Pochettino said: "Football is so dynamic. It changes every day, every season.

"It depends not only on your decision, but it is always a player's decision."Now is a moment to enjoy our present."Of course, it is a person that the club wants for the future, but now we need to be focused - a player like him maxbet is focused and tries to deliver a great performance in the way that we need."A decision is going to happen at the end of the season or [maybe] a decision will happen in the next few days, in January."Football is so dynamic - it is decision, decision, decision.

"I hope we are going to take the best decision for the club and hope the player can take the best decision for them and for the club - it is about negotiation and many things that happen."Football is so dynamic, always you need to move on."The win at Goodison Park continued a superb season for Spurs, who are third in the Premier League and six points behind leaders Liverpool.Pochettino's squad welcome Bournemouth on maxbet Boxing Day and the Argentine said: "Remember, I told you in the first press conference after the World Cup, it was going to be the most difficult season for us.

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2018 was a year of major changes for Juventus

Post by chanoudom » Tue Jan 01, 2019 2:22 am

2018 was a year of major changes for Juventus

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There are two pictures that stand out in my mind as ones that define 2018 for Juventus. agent sbobet One had to do with two men who had given so much to this club and ended up leaving Turin within about two months of one another. The other, as you probably guessed, is of the man who instantly became the face of the club the instant he was pictured with Andrea Agnelli with a glass of champagne while on vacation in Greece. 2018 was a year of change for Juventus. And not just change like there were a couple of players going and a couple of players arriving to take their place.

No, no. This was a year a major change — both because of what left this club and what had arrived a handful of weeks later. There were plenty of other names to leave Juventus over the course of this past year — the man who is mainly responsible for assembling the roster over majority of the past decade Beppe Marotta and agent sbobet multiple-Scudetto winners Stephan Lichtsteiner and Kwadwo Asamoah are the main names. But when you think of Gianluigi Buffon and Claudio Marchisio, you think of more than just Juve’s current title-winning streak or just how successful the club has been the last seven seasons.

The summer months wasn’t just about who left. It was also about who arrived — none bigger than Juve’s shocker of a signing of Cristiano Ronaldo. As two club icons departed on each end of the summer transfer window opening up, Ronaldo’s arrival signaled quite the change for Juventus, as they went out and got one of the two greatest players this generation — or ever, but we won’t get into that — has ever seen. agent sbobet Two great leaders left Juventus, with a new face of the club coming from Madrid with the clear goal of ending nearly three decades of “almost” on European club football’s biggest stage. These are two pictures that, in my mind, pretty much define two of the biggest storylines that Juventus’ year was all about.

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Chris Hughton says Virgil van Dijk can be one of Premier League's best defenders

Post by chanoudom » Fri Jan 11, 2019 3:00 am

Chris Hughton says Virgil van Dijk can be one of Premier League's best defenders

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Chris Hughton says Virgil van Dijk's performances maxbet for Liverpool put him on par with the best centre-backs in Premier League history. But the Brighton boss believes Van Dijk must sustain his form over a longer period of time to cement a place among the division's all-time greats. Netherlands international Van Dijk - a one-time transfer target for Albion - has helped transform Jurgen Klopp's side into genuine title contenders following a £75m move from Southampton last January.

The 27-year-old visits the Amex Stadium on Saturday with the table-topping Merseyside club bidding to increase their four-point lead over champions Manchester City.Asked if Van Dijk deserves to be talked about in the same breath as the likes of John Terry, Sol Campbell and Rio Ferdinand, Hughton replied: "Is he that level of player? Yes of course, I've no doubt maxbet he is when you look at the qualities he's got."The other players we've mentioned have done it over a long period. If you're asking me if he's at their level as a player, then the answer is yes.

"But if you're talking about an influence on our game and the history they have, then of course they've done it for a longer time and he hasn't."Brighton - then managed by Gus Poyet - attempted to sign Van Dijk from Dutch club Groningen in January 2013, seeing two bids rejected. maxbet The player joined Celtic in the summer of that year and, after moving on to St Mary's for a reported £13m in September 2015, increased his value significantly before arriving at Anfield.

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